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Free Hilton Gold Status For American Express Platinum Cardholders

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Free Hilton Gold Status For American Express Platinum Members

Now through December 31, 2013, you can get free Hilton Gold status if you are an American Express Platinum (personal and business) cardholder.

2 Easy Steps To Free Hilton Gold Status For American Express Platinum Cardholders

1.  Be an American Express Platinum Cardholder
2.  Call the number on the back of your American Express Platinum card by December 31, 2013

You will receive free Hilton Gold status through the end of 2014.

With Hilton Gold status you get:

  • Free breakfast
  • Free in-room internet
  • Free Health Club access
  • Free room upgrades (based on availability)
  • Lounge access (if you’re upgraded to a room with lounge access)

Not sure what cards are considered an American Express Platinum card?  American Express Platinum cards include the Platinum Card from American Express (personal), the Business Platinum Card, and the Platinum Card for American Express Exclusively for Mercedes-Benz.

Remember to call American Express Customer Service to get your free Hilton Gold status.

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Robert

Monday 4th of August 2014

Is this offer still valid?

Debbie @ Traveling Well For Less

Wednesday 6th of August 2014

Hi Robert,

Unfortunately no. You had to register by December 31, 2013.

But, it doesn't hurt to call and ask. :)

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